Three members of the Hood County Flyers track team will be making the trip to Bryan/College Station for the annual Texas Amateur Athletic Federation Games of Texas Thursday through Sunday. Competing will be Macie Blohowiak in the Girls 14-Under high jump for a third straight year, Caleb Lawrence in the Boys 16-Under 100-meter dash for a second straight year, and newcomer Noah Russell in the Boys 12-Under 100 and 200.
The Granbury SEALS swim team will once again be well-represented at the Texas Amateur Athletic Federation Games of Texas in Bryan/College Station. They will have 88 swimmers competing in the event, which starts Thursday and runs through Sunday.
Students in grades 7-12 planning to participate in athletics in the Granbury School District are asked to have all paperwork and a physical exam in order before they can be allowed to take part in any practice or competition.
The necessary forms can be found by going to this link on the GISD web site: http://www.granburyisd.org/Page/9993.
For more information, contact 817-408-4080.
Lake Granbury is currently close to pool level, and water temperatures are hot (mid to upper 80s in the morning, and many areas will be in the low 90s in the afternoon. Fish are congregated above the thermocline near feeding flats. Stripers are good on live bait fished in 15 to 20 feet of water on the lower ends. Sand bass action has been hit or miss. Best action has been reported near mid-lake on slabs. Black bass fishing continues to be good to 6 pounds on spinner baits worked around flooded brush on many areas of the lake. Squaw Creek water temperatures are in the upper 90s due to the heat and the power plant. Surprisingly black bass are good near 15-to-20-feet deep structure on the upper ends. Best baits continue to be deep diving crank baits and texas rigged worms.